For the purposes of time management and convenience, I usually cook big batches of food that I'll consume over a few days. (Thank goodness I don't get sick of leftovers!)
I don't like to use the microwave, so I find myself eating a lot of my food cold. I don't really mind, but it would be nice to have some more hot meals. For things like stew, chili, and soup, obviously I can just reheat them on the stove. But what's the best way to reheat something like, say, baked, bone-in chicken thighs? (Preferably without making them super dry or "cooking" them all over again.) I baked a bunch last night and they were so moist and tender. I can eat them cold, but that's kind of a shame, knowing how good they were hot.
On another topic, how many of you use a microwave on a regular basis? I eat all of my lunches cold (at the office) and am getting kinda sick of it. Not the biggest fan of microwaves, even if I'm reheating in glass (never plastic). It always seems to lose something in flavor and texture.